Man City and Swansea two teams to benefit Three-sy punters
Man City’s defensive concerns make their clash with Swansea the one most likely to reap rewards from Ladbrokes’ Three-sy offer.
Available exclusively to Ladbrokes mobile customers, Three-sy gives punters a triumvirate of ways to get their odds enhanced on Premier League clashes and, with City dishing out goals to all comers, their clash with Swansea represents the most obvious where three different players will score goals.
Should this occur, all losing first-goalscorer bets will be refunded as a free bet, so long as your pick to be first on target ends up on the winning side.
Roberto Mancini’s men have played nine games in all competitions already in which three different players have scored their goals, whereas Swansea have featured in the same number.
With the hosts expected to win and all of their main strikers having broken the deadlock at least once this term, back Yaya Toure to get his club off the mark here at a generous 8/1. He’s achieved the feat twice already this season and, should he fail to do so against the Swans, you can rely on one of their front men to bail you out.
The second aspect of this campaign allows punters to get treble the odds on their first-goalscorer bet, should that man go on to hit a hat-trick.
Robin van Persie took the match ball home the last time he visited Stamford Bridge and has claimed one treble in his short Man United career to date. He’s 5/1 to open the scoring when his side take on Chelsea and, given the Red Devils’ form in the final third, the Dutchman could easily notch twice more after breaking the deadlock.
The final component of the Three-sy offer is all losing correct score bettors will see their losing stake refunded, again as a free bet, if the match in question ends 3-0.
Of all the Premier League games this weekend, West Brom’s trip to Newcastle could easily result in the hosts hammering home three goals with no response.
The Toon have won three of their last four at home and conceded no goals in any of these wins, while Steve Clarke’s men have lost one away day by a 3-0 scoreline this term, where they are yet to win on the road.
This fixture traditionally breeds goals and, with both sides in decent touch, back 2-2 at 12/1 with the 3-0 safety net to come to the rescue should you miss out on that particular windfall.
The maximum stake for the offer is £50 and stake money is not returned on winning free bets.
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